2018 Childrens Wish Presentation
Arlington Street Investments Teamed up with Children’s Wish Foundation to make Coleen’s Wish Come True.
Make a wish
The team at Arlington Street Investments is thrilled to be able to grant Rayyan his wish to go to Walt Disney World through the Children's Wish Foundation.
Arlington Street Investments Executive Vice President, Development & Acquisitions Ralph Bennetsen and Chief Operating Officer Ed Romanowski give us a tour of The Windsor development site.
Canadian Alternative Investment Forum
Arlington Street Investments’s President and CEO Frank Lonardelli speaks to his experience in Alberta’s real estate market during the 2016 Canadian Alternative Investment Forum’s Real Estate Investment Panel.
World Outlook Conference 2015
In January of 2015, Frank presented at the Money Talks World Outlook Conference
8th Ave LP Walkthrough
Halfway through this development Frank leads a tour of the property and explains ASI’s process.
Frank Lonardelli presents at the 2014 Fundraiser
Frank Lonardelli and the Board Members of Arlington Street Foundation Scholarship present their experiences with the Foundation at the 2014 ASFS Fundraiser.
Frank Lonardelli addresses the 2014 GB Grads
Frank Lonardelli addresses the 2014 Gordon Bell Graduating Class and shares his struggles with adversity and how he persevered and triumphed through those challenges.
Arlington Street Foundation Scholarship
Frank Lonardelli addresses students of Gordon Bell High School interested in the Arlington Street Foundation scholarship. Frank explains his story, the foundation, and why it is so important to him.
Frank Lonardelli addresses the 2010 GB grads
Frank Lonardelli Presenting the Arlington Street Foundation Scholarship to the 2010 Gordon Bell graduating class.
The Storytelling Class
In an effort to build bridges of friendship and belonging across cultures and histories, Gordon Bell High School teacher, Marc Kuly, initiated an after-school storytelling project whereby the immigrant students would share stories with their Canadian peers. Watch a three minute clip for the full length documentary.